As part of 'Soundscapes', the newest exhibition at The National Gallery in London, the museum has tabbed six different artists to create their own aural interpretations of separate works of their choice from the collection.

The artists will be: Composer Nico Muhly; Turner-Prize winner Susan Philipsz; Oscar-winning film composer Gabriel Yared; BAFTA winner Chris Watson; installation and sound duo Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller; and well-recognized producer, musician Jamie xx.

Per The National Gallery: "Each musician and sound artist will have a soundproofed room in the Sainsbury Wing exhibition space in which their chosen painting and their new sound or musical piece will be installed. These encounters between the visual and the sonic offer visitors an opportunity to experience and think about paintings in an entirely new way – to hear the music within the painting and to see the visual within the music. This innovative type of exhibition experience has never before been staged at the National Gallery. Ambitious in its approach, this cross-disciplinary exhibition aims to celebrate the National Gallery’s collection and demonstrate how masterpieces from the collection continue to inspire living artists today. By allowing familiar paintings to be encountered and contemplated from a new angle, visitors will be encouraged to rethink their perception of the selected paintings and explore wider conversations about how we experience art and the affinities that exist between music and painting."

For more information, head over to The National Gallery website.

Also, check out Jamie xx's 'I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times) with rapper Young Thug from the producer and The xx frontman's upcoming solo album In Colour below.